Data Center Optimization
In many data centers cooling accounts for over 50% of the overall data center’s power consumption. Thus, data center managers are being challenged to improve overall energy efficiency, reduce operational costs and sustain a low total cost of ownership over the life cycle of the data center.
With California data center optimization services, our clients employ new strategies to accomplish these goals. Using aisle containment ensures separation of cool air from hot exhaust air and it a proven strategy to optimize cooling capacity utilization. Once cooling air efficiency has been optimized, integrating a data center infrastructure management program will help manage risk and change within the physical infrastructure by providing real-time data on the status of power, cooling, and environmental factors. This visibility facilitates maintenance and management of energy efficiency, reduces costs, and risk mitigation over the lifecycle of the data center.